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The Reagan Review · 8h ago

Interpreting the Psalms by Mark Futato

In the series “Handbooks for Old Testament Exegesis” that teaches us how to interpret the different genres of the Old Testament, the Book of Psalms is rightfully seen as so important as to r...
The Reagan Review · 1w ago

Micah (OTL) by Smith-Christopher

This commentary on the Book of Micah is one of the latest entries in the Old Testament Library (OTL) series. A reviewer that I respect said he found this book to be “rich”, so I was anxious ...
The Reagan Review · 1W ago

Isaiah (OTL) by Childs

This volume by Brevard Childs replaced three volumes by Otto Kaiser and Claus Westermann in the popular Old Testament Library (OTL) series. It was written in the twilight of his career after...
The Reagan Review · 1W ago

The Historical Reliability of John’s Gospel by Blomberg

This book by reputed scholar Craig Blomberg has become the leader in the field in the unique category of the historical reliability of John’s Gospel. Haven already written “The Historical Re...
The Reagan Review · 1W ago

Interpreting the New Testament:Essays on Methods and Issues

Here’s a collection of 22 essays on issues involved in New Testament interpretation. This collection boasts a host of highly-respected scholars including Peter Davids, David Dockery, Darrell...
The Reagan Review · 1W ago

First Samuel (NICOT) by Tsumura

This volume is the first of a planned two-volume set covering the Books of Samuel. It’s part of the highly respected New International Commentary on the Old Testament (NICOT) series publishe...
The Reagan Review · 1W ago

Dictionary of Christianity and Science

When you pick up this attractive hardback “Dictionary of Christianity and Science”, edited by Paul Copan, Tremper Longman, Christopher Reese, and Michael Strauss, your first thought will be ...
The Reagan Review · 2W ago

The Self-Aware Leader by Terry Linhart

Terry Linhart has written a book here that forces ministry leaders to take the inward look. With the current epidemic of ministers either falling by the wayside or succumbing to burnout, thi...
The Reagan Review · 3W ago

Paths to Power by A.W. Tozer

I’m one of those people who find A. W. Tozer to be an incredibly challenging writer. Having always loved his more famous books, I’m enjoying discovering his lesser-known titles published by ...
The Reagan Review · 3W ago

Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah (OTL) by Roberts

This commentary on the little-known books of Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah has been influential since it was written and is one of the better volumes in the Old Testament Library (OTL) seri...